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2 Investigators: City Way Behind On Tree Removal, Trimming

(CBS) — There’s a huge backlog of thousands of requests for city trees to be trimmed or removed–often because residents believe they are damaged or dead and could be dangerous. 1,051 more words


Need Summer Reading Ideas?

Visitors to the Wade Center often ask: “Where do I start if I want to read books by the Wade authors?” This post will hopefully help in beginning to answer that question, and also give you some ideas to add to your summer reading list. 792 more words

Dorothy L. Sayers

The Mystery of Intercession

A friend of mine is in a lot of pain and far from home. He committed to a month and a half of working in another country, but within 72 hours of his departure his knee went wonky enough that he’s scheduled for surgery as soon as he returns. 453 more words

Wednesday Words - Parchment Poll June 2014

Ploughing on through my paperback bookshelf – no more new books until I’ve finished the lot… (Though if I receive books as presents, that’s different!) … 250 more words

Freya Pickard

FastExcel V3 Released

Microsoft MVP and Excel calculation guru Charles Williams has finally released an updated version of FastExcel. It’s a fantastic product which I highly recommend and there’s a 50% discount introductory offer available until 31st July 2014 if you use the coupon code FXLv3Intro. 24 more words

Microsoft Excel

how to launch a successful mastermind group

Did you know many of your favorite Disney moments from the 1930-1970s were birthed from a mastermind group of animators? Walt Disney referred to them as “Nine Old Men.” While still in their twenties and thirties, when Walt first coined the phrase, this mastermind group brought to the world such classics as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Peter Pan, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Sleeping Beauty, and many others. 638 more words

Andrew Carnegie

Charles Williams on the Ways of Negation & Affirmation

From The Figure of Beatrice:

The tangle of affirmation and rejection which is in each of us has to be drawn into some kind of pattern, and has so been drawn by all men who have ever lived. 136 more words